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Introduction to Proteomics

  • Fai Poon
  • Venkatarajan S. Mathura

Abstract

Proteome is defined as the total set of proteins expressed in a given cell or biological sample at a given time. The study of proteome is termed “proteomics”. Proteomics research includes the separation, identification, qualitative, quantitative, and functional characterization of the entire protein profile of a given cell, tissue, and/or organism. In this chapter, we describe the processes of commonly used proteomics techniques like gel-based separation and mass-spectrometry.

Keywords

Protein Spot Cinnamic Acid Peptide Mass Fingerprint Proteomics Research Sample Inlet 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Fai Poon
    • 1
  • Venkatarajan S. Mathura
    • 1
  1. 1.Roskamp InstituteSarasota

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